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|6.18 acres. Playground (lighted), Bandstand (lighted), Tennis Courts (3 - lighted), Basketball Court (lighted), Full-size Baseball Field, Open Space. Seasonal Programs: Summer Recreation/Arts & Crafts Program, Band Concerts, Cultural Events.|
Town Park Calendar
Tennis Court Calendar
179.68 acres. Willard Taft Nature Trail, Hiking, Biking, Wildlife Observing. Picnicing (cookout grilles provided at: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Fireplaces), Campfires by special permit only at The Lookout, Fisherman's Island, and Moroney's Grove shelters.
Phillips Field (Formerly Mellen Field)
|29.21 acres. Conservation Land under autonomous Park Dept. stewardship. Softball fields (2), Soccer Field, Playground, Open Space.|
Phillips Field Calendar
Hopedale Pond/Town Beach
|Boating (cartop access only, no combustion engines), Fishing (bass, pickerel, horned pout, common pan fish), Note: Town Beach closed for for swimming in 2001 due to low attendance and rising upkeep costs.). See FAQ section for details. |
Hopedale Pond is an 86 acre, shallow, warm-water impoundment of the Mill River system, dammed-up over a cantury ago to provide power to the mills located below the dam. The pond has a large watershed or drainage area extending well to the north and encompassing North Pond (Lake Maspenock) in Hopkinton. The outflow from North Pond then flows through a series of wetlands and smaller ponds that straddle the towns of Upton and Milford until passing under Route 140 and eventually finding its way into Hopedale Pond.
Beach / Bathhouse and Hopedale Pond Calendar
Adin Ballou Park
|22.651 sq. ft. Historical site and monument commemorating our Town founder.|
Adin St. Triangle
|1.08 acres. Open Space at intersection of Adin St. and Mendon Rd. (Rt. 16).|